Keshia M. Peters
Keshia M. Peters
Research Scientist, University of Washington
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Design of a 3D-printed, open-source wrist-driven orthosis for individuals with spinal cord injury
AA Portnova, G Mukherjee, KM Peters, A Yamane, KM Steele
PloS one 13 (2), 2018
182018
Assessment of dry epidermal electrodes for long-term electromyography measurements
M Yamagami, KM Peters, I Milovanovic, I Kuang, Z Yang, N Lu, KM Steele
Sensors 18 (4), 1269, 2018
152018
Impact of ankle foot orthosis stiffness on Achilles tendon and gastrocnemius function during unimpaired gait
H Choi, KM Peters, MB MacConnell, KK Ly, ES Eckert, KM Steele
Journal of biomechanics 64, 145-152, 2017
112017
Repeatability of electromyography recordings and muscle synergies during gait among children with cerebral palsy
KM Steele, ME Munger, KM Peters, BR Shuman, MH Schwartz
Gait & posture 67, 290, 2019
92019
Repeatability of electromyography recordings and muscle synergies during gait among children with cerebral palsy
KM Steele, ME Munger, KM Peters, BR Shuman, MH Schwartz
Gait & posture 67, 290-295, 2019
92019
Muscle recruitment and coordination during upper-extremity functional tests
KM Peters, VE Kelly, T Chang, MC Weismann, SW McCoy, KM Steele
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 38, 143-150, 2018
92018
Feasibility of using acceleration-derived jerk to quantify bimanual arm use
YCP Pan, B Goodwin, E Sabelhaus, KM Peters, KF Bjornson, KLD Pham, ...
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 17 (1), 1-8, 2020
2020
Electromyography Recordings Reveal Muscle Activity in Flaccid Arm During Initial Days After Stroke
C Papazian, N Baicoianu, K Peters, H Feldner, K Steele
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 100 (12), e178, 2019
2019
XVII International Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biomechanics July 28th–30th 2019, Alberta, Canada SIMULATING RESPONSE TO ANKLE EXOSKELETONS USING DYNAMIC MODE DECOMPOSITION
MC Rosenberg, KM Peters, M Eyre, KM Steele
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